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Latest news from Millmoor, the proposed CVA by the club has been agreed.

The meeting only lasted for around 5 minutes, with the company Voluntary Agreement being agreed by 79% of the clubs creditors, with 75% being the target we needed

We are trying to get an interview with someone from the club.


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The Journalist

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Date:Tuesday May 9 2006

Time: 12:06PM

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" well done to eveyone who accepted it its very much appreciated "
taras bulba
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09/05/2006 12:38:00

Agreed,perhaps we can now put this season behind us and kick on.
eebbee
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09/05/2006 12:44:00

" yes our luck surely must change real soon"
millers4eva
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13/05/2006 09:04:00

The loss of 10 points is a bit harsh. Not sure what this has got to do with finances
miked_joker
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17/05/2006 00:35:00

It is disgusting that smaller clubs who are struggling to survive are penalised 10 points, perhapsa the larger clubs should be made to give some of their profits to help small clubs survive. As a stfc fan I can empathise on how you must all be feeling.
red_gilly
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19/05/2006 17:31:00

" due a change and real real soon."
millers4eva
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01/06/2006 00:54:00

 

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